A Snow Storm is an essay by John Burroughs which first appeared in 1875 in a book titled A Year In The Fields. It is such a delightfully told story of a massive snow storm that virtually brought Burroughs’ world to a stand still. The visual images he creates, the feeling he gives of the magnitude of this storm, the delight he takes in the mystery and wonder that accompanied the wintry blast are chocolate for the soul. For years I planned to turn this essay into a small book and in December, 2007 this became reality. The essay was letterpress printed on Biblio paper and hard cover bound into an attractive book and is now in its second printing.